If you’re a parent then you undoubtedly love to take tons of videos of your children as they grow up. Whether it is a video of their first steps, or the first time they crawled, or even them just playing a game with you – chances are you have taken videos of some amazingly cute moments over the years.
Imagine how amazing it would be to be able to accompany some of those videos with the right music? It could make for a pretty entertaining video if you choose the right song and then add it into the home video of your children – and it is actually possible to do that quite easily with the help of the Movavi Video Editor.
All that you need to do to add music to video is:
- Select the home video of your children that you want to edit by clicking on ‘Add Media Files’ and browsing for it.
- Select the song that you want to add to the video by clicking on ‘Add Media Files’ as well and locating it.
- Both the files will be placed in the ‘Timeline’ and you can check to see if their lengths match. If they do not you should cut one or the other by clicking on it and placing the red marker in the location where you want to cut it and then clicking on the ‘Scissors’ button. Alternatively you could duplicate the audio track so that the song repeats.
- When you’re satisfied, click ‘Export’ and choose a format to save your video.
While you’re editing the home video of your children you may want to considering enhancing its quality, cutting and combining video segments, inserting customizable text, cropping the video, or using any of the other features of the Movavi Video Editor to improve it further. With so many options available to you it is up to you to decide how you feel you could best tweak and adjust the video so that it looks just right.
Make no mistake, there’s a lot that you can get done with the Movavi Video Editor and because it is so user-friendly you’ll be able to familiarize yourself with it in no time. If you want you could even automatically optimize your videos for certain devices or platforms by using the hundreds of presets that are available when you save them.